When Michelle and Brian Rebhun moved back to South Florida from New Jersey last November, they couldn’t have predicted what the future would look like
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way almost everything is done. The Chabad Jewish Center of Tamarac has adapted to this new normal by finding new ways to connect with residents.
As a record number of Americans struggle with unemployment, there are some organizations and companies still hiring new workers—namely, those helping to count people for the 2020 Census.
Former Broward County Democratic Chair, Mitch Ceasar, qualified early to be on the ballot for Broward Supervisor of Elections.
A Tamarac Elementary pre-K teacher who is battling cancer selflessly celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week by delivering supplies to her quarantined students on Tuesday.
City Manager Michael Cernech signed an executive order for Tamarac’s entry into Phase 1…
Plans to turn the Woodlands golf greens into hundreds of new homes appears to have landed into something of a sand trap.
One day after Florida’s deadliest day from COVID-19, Governor Ron DeSantis announced plans to reopen the state gradually
Curbside and delivery are two safe options for ordering great food and supporting our local businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
After Broward County allowed for the reopening of parks, the City of Tamarac has followed suit.